Kit

Writer's Block: Eye for an eye?

If you bumped into someone who regularly picked on you as a child, what would you say to them?


I would treat them as I would any other person on the street, politely and in a friendly fashion. Kids are cruel and often time the people who were cruelest as children grow up to realize how awful they were and go on to spend lots of time making up for it.

I honestly can't imagine wishing harm on anyone who picked on me as a child. I have grown up and changed as a person and I can't imagine that they haven't. It would be silly to go back there for a moment of pettiness.
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  • 22:08 @blindgeek Not the same thing. Because of the dense format of comic books, it's almost like another language. #
  • 22:09 @blindgeek Too much is conveyed in a comic non verbally. And there is a lot of detail. Where are movies are short stories...a is a novel. #
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